There was a dispute going on regarding the parking between the Maharastra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) and Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) administration from the past two years. Vain bids were made in the past to forcefully park the Star buses, and the police had to intervene.
After the incidents of burning of star buses took place, NMC commissioner Sanjeev Jaiswal and police commissioner Dr Ankush Dhanvijay decided to park the buses at Kasturchand park.
In the meantime, State chief secretary Ratnakar Gaikwad was informed about the matter. He promised to look into the matter after the civic elections.
Three meetings were on this matter, in the last meeting on February 23 in Mumbai it was decided that the agreement between the MSRTC and the Vansh Nimay Company will be signed between March 5 to 15.
When transport secretary Shailesh Verma today went to submit the papers relating the agreement to the chief secretary on Monday, he immediately allotted the platform numbers 5, 6 and 7 for the parking of star buses at Morbhavan.
The buses were to be parked from 3 pm but the regional secretary of MSRTC Suryakant Ambedkar did not allow the parking. A Star bus entering Morbhavan bus depot on Monday.